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On the night of His betrayal, “When Jesus had spoken…, He went out with His disciples … there was a garden, which He and His disciples entered. … Then Judas, having received a detachment of troops, and officers from the chief priests and Pharisees, came there with lanterns, torches, and weapons. Jesus … said to them, ‘Whom are you seeking?’ They answered Him, ‘Jesus of Nazareth.’ Jesus said to them, ‘I am He.’”  (John 18:1-5)

After His resurrection, Jesus asked Mary in the Gorden, “Whom are you seeking?” (John 20:15)

Across the ages, the question comes to us, “Whom are you seeking?”

The more I seek You,
the more I find You.

The more I find You,
the more I lose myself.

The more I lose myself,
the more I feel Your love.

The more I feel Your love,
the more I receive Your peace,

The more I receive Your peace,
the more I know Your joy.

The more I know Your joy,
the more I seek You.

Past posts by Alice Nine that celebrate Holy Week and Easter:

It’s Empty — retelling the Easter Story with a dozen colored plastic eggs.

Alive Forevermore — celebrating the resurrection in verse.

Easters Past — remembering my childhood in verse.

The Resurrection — a found poem from the words of C.S. Lewis

Celebrate — a 34-word story with writing how-to

Empty — a 5-minute write about the word empty with a found poem, God’s Love

This I Believe — the Easter story, a poem

Whom Are You Seeking? — Jesus asks the question

I Was a Child – the triumphant entry of Jesus from a child’s point of view

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